We just got our hands on a Palm Treo Pro, which we are in the process of
reviewing. Before we hit you up with the review of this Windows Mobile 6.1-based smartphone, we figured we’d get you a bunch of images of the good. One thing I can say for certain, I like the build quality of the device, and it feels nice and solid in the hand. Stay tuned for the full review, but for now, enjoy our Palm Treo Pro unboxing gallery.
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Palm has decided to offer its Centro through AT&T in addition to Sprint. With a 2.2-inch touchscreen, the cell phone features a 1.3MP cam, a full QWERTY keyboard, Bluetooth and infrared connectivity, text, image, and video messaging, Push-To-Talk, and access to EDGE and XM Radio. The smartphone also supports up to 4GB MicroSD expansion memory. The best part is that with a 2 year contract and mail-in rebate, you get the Centro for a hot price of $99.99.
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Practically lost in the Apple shuffle (no pun intended) is the new Palm Centro smartphone. With a 320 x 320 pixel touchscreen, the OS 5.4.9 supports 16-bit color in up to 65K shades and has a memory of 64MB. It features a QWERTY keyboard, IM, a dual-band CDMA2000 EvDO tuner, a 1.3 megapixel cam with 2x digital zoom, and a lithium-ion battery that allows 3.5 hours of talk and up to 300 of standby time. Available in onyx or ruby, it is Bluetooth capable and can handle micro SD cards for expansion. The Centro has plenty of other enticing features and can be yours with a subscription to Sprint service for $99.00.
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Palm CEO Ed Colligan has announced that the Foleo is to be no more. He says that his company will concentrate more of its efforts on their next generation platform and the smartphones that will be a part of it. He said that
when they work on Foleo II it will be on that same platform rather than a separate one.
Although it is costing Palm about a $10 million loss, Colligan mentioned that it was a small price to pay to
move forward. We recall wondering why the Foleo was larger than the device it was created to work with, so perhaps with this decision Palm has finally created a kind of symmetry in their part of the technological world.
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At CES, SlingMedia talked to us about the launch of their latest mobile client, that being for the Palm OS. We interview Dave Mathews in this segment, where he gives us the demo. All you Treo carrying Slingbox whores can now stop the constant emails about when this would arrive.
Sprint has finally unleashed the Treo 700wx today, which we have all but been waiting for over the past few weeks. The Treo 700wx sports EV-DO/1xRTT, 128MB NVRAM, 240x240 touchscreen, XScale 312MHz processor, a full QWERTY keyboard, Bluetooth support, and the standard 1.3 megapixel camera. It runs Windows Mobile 5.0 Pocket PC edition, and is, you know, a Treo. The 700wx sports double the RAM of the Treo 700w on Verizon, but everything else is pretty much in line. Of course, Sprint has had the Treo 700p available for a while now - but if you just gotta have that Pocket PC goodness, now is your chance if you are on Sprint.
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